Megaworld to Continue Investing in Bacolod CityDespite the power and water supply problems in Bacolod City, real estate giant Megaworld Corp said it will continue to invest in the city, citing Bacolod’s economic potential. Harold Geronimo, public relations and communications head of Megaworld, said Negros Occidental, with Bacolod City as its capital, still have a lot of things to offer like tourism and flourishing business process outsourcing (BPO) industries.

 

Geronimo said Negros and Bacolod’s growing economic potentials make Megaworld confident to invest in the city. Megaworld is currently developing its 53-hectare Northill Gateway township project situated along the Bacolod-Silay Airport Access Road. Megaworld announced the start of the development of its 7.5-hectare Northill Town Center as one of the major components of the Northill Gateway.